Double Glazing Window Installers

Make your home warm, cosy and energy efficient! Save on those heating bills and feel snug on those frosty mornings.

Double glazing, A Rated windows, upvc windows – you’ll hear many terms being used to describe your new windows.

We install double glazing to the very highest standards and can evidence each specification and even evidence the glass in your very own installation!

Our double glazing is A+ Rated but we prefer to speak in u-value; the same language that can be found within the Scottish Building Regulations.

Our range of high performance low-emissivity glass incorporates the very latest advancements in thermally insulating glass coating technology. It is renowned for its extremely neutral appearance and very effectively reflects long-wave heat radiation back into a room, thus minimising heat loss through a window while also maximising solar heat gain and natural light.

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What makes us different?

NO money is asked for up front. You pay the FULL BALANCE on COMPLETION!

No Deposit Required!

FREE heat loss survey

German Engineering

Secured By Design available

10 Year Guarantee

Rehau Authorised Partner

Ultion and Yale Locks

High performance

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About Double Glazing

Our  double glazing is 28mm thick and can be installed within casement, tilt and turn or sliding sash window opening styles. It can also be fitted within sliding patio doors, French doors, composite doors and upvc doors.

Double glazing can be installed into a wide variety of homes and come with a fully comprehensive 10 Year Guarantee.

Please get in touch if you have any questions or to find out what offers we have on.

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UPVC Windows

Unplasticised Polyvinyl Chloride, commonly known as UPVC windows, is an insulated glazing that comprises two or more glass panes. This strong and low-maintenance plastic is used to minimize heat transfer. We provide a wide range of window styles and colours to complement your home. Our team offers professional advice on your options and customized specifications to fit your property.

UPVC windows offer several key advantages, including:

  • Energy efficiency: UPVC windows provide excellent insulation, helping to keep homes warm in the winter and cool in the summer, reducing energy bills.
  • Low maintenance: UPVC windows require very little maintenance compared to other materials such as wood, which needs regular painting or staining.
  • Durability: UPVC windows are durable and long-lasting, with a lifespan of up to 30 years or more.
  • Security: UPVC windows are very secure, with multi-point locking systems and toughened glass, providing peace of mind.
  • Noise reduction: UPVC windows are effective at reducing outside noise, making homes quieter and more peaceful.
  • Aesthetics: UPVC windows are available in a range of colours and styles, allowing homeowners to choose a design that complements their home's style.
  • Eco-friendly: UPVC windows are recyclable, making them an environmentally friendly choice.
  • Improved home value: UPVC windows can increase the value of a home, making it more attractive to potential buyers.

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We have a variety of window styles available to best suit your preferences.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Most common questions about double glazing.

Double glazing is a type of window or door made up of two panes of glass separated by a gap of air or gas. The gap serves as an insulating layer, reducing heat loss and making the window or door more energy-efficient.

Double glazing works by trapping a layer of air or gas between two panes of glass. This layer of insulation helps to reduce heat loss and keep the home warmer in winter and cooler in summer. Additionally, the two panes of glass help to reduce noise pollution from outside.

The benefits of double glazing include improved energy efficiency, reduced noise pollution, increased security, and improved home value. Double glazing can also help to reduce condensation, making the home more comfortable to live in.

The different types of double glazing include standard double glazing, acoustic double glazing, laminated double glazing, and Low-E double glazing. Each type has its own benefits and is suitable for different applications.

Double glazing can last up to 20 years or more with proper maintenance. However, the lifespan of double glazing can vary depending on factors such as the quality of the installation, the type of glass used, and the environmental conditions.

Double glazing is suitable for most types of property, including residential and commercial buildings. However, some older properties may require specific types of double glazing or may not be suitable for double glazing at all.

Yes, it is still possible to open windows with double glazing. Most modern double glazing systems have a variety of options for opening and closing windows, including sliding, tilting, and hinged mechanisms.

To maintain double glazing, it is important to keep the frames and glass clean, regularly lubricate any moving parts, and check for any signs of damage or wear. Additionally, it is important to ensure that any seals or gaskets are intact and in good condition.

Yes, double glazing can help to reduce noise pollution from outside the home. The gap between the two panes of glass acts as an insulating layer, helping to reduce the transfer of sound waves into the home.

Yes, double glazing can help to reduce energy bills by improving the energy efficiency of the home. The insulating layer helps to reduce heat loss, meaning less energy is required to heat the home in winter.

Yes, double glazing can increase the value of a property. As well as improving the energy efficiency and appearance of the home, double glazing is a desirable feature for many potential buyers.

Yes, double glazing is safe. Modern double glazing systems are designed to be secure and are often fitted with multi-point locking mechanisms and toughened glass for added safety and security.